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HEADLINE HITTERS MITIE SECURES DIGITAL CONTRACT WITH LAW FIRM


as a digital mailroom, hybrid mail and records and archive scanning. This will underpin the firm’s ability to transform unstructured data, such as hard copy documents, to business intelligence.


Through integrating the four essential elements of people, technology, customer and process under one contract, the client’s employees will also be able to more effectively access and manage their information to improve efficiency.


Mitie’s document management business has won a five-year contract with law firm Addleshaw Goddard, covering some of the client’s major sites including London, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow and Scotland.


The facilities management specialists will be digitising all aspects of the firm’s document management services, including reprographics, mailroom and


records management.


The contract will create a seamless digital and physical document management environment, preparing Addleshaw Goddard for the transition into the digital world. This involves a Digitisation Roadmap, which will help the client reduce reliance on paper.


Mitie will be utilising its latest technology to progress a number of initiatives, such


THE BIG SCREEN: WILLMOTT DIXON TO BUILD CINEMA COMPLEX


Willmott Dixon has secured a £12.5m contract to create Daventry’s new Mulberry Place Cinema complex.


The Daventry District Council-led project will see the former library buildings off North Street demolished to make way for a four-screen cinema complex that has restaurants, a public square and splash fountains.


Procured through Major Works, England and Northern Ireland, part of the Scape National Construction framework, the Mulberry Place Cinema development is expected to take around 18 months to complete, with the cinema set to open its doors in spring 2021.


Michelle Cotterill, Director at Willmott Dixon, said: “At Willmott Dixon, we have a purpose beyond profit and that includes being passionate about leaving a lasting positive legacy, something that Mulberry Place will provide for many decades to come.


“Over the duration of the scheme, we have committed to investing into the local community. This will see us


working with local schools and colleges on community projects, as well as sourcing local spend and labour wherever possible.”


Ian Vincent, Chief Executive at Daventry District Council, said: “We’re pleased to have appointed Willmott Dixon to build this flagship development in Daventry town centre. They already have a strong track record in helping us to deliver construction projects within our local community and we look forward to working with them to turn our plans for a new cinema into reality by spring 2021.”


Paula Bruton, Head of Secretarial and Office Services at Addleshaw Goddard: “Addleshaw Goddard conducted a very detailed and competitive tender involving a number of specialists from the document management sector. Throughout the tender Mitie took the time to really understand our needs and demonstrated how they could help us to enhance our services through improved process and technology. We look forward to working with them as we develop our digitisation roadmap.”


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